Quarterback Rankings 2023 NFL Draft

YOUR NFL GM VS. AUTODRAFT

Ever wondered what would happen if your favorite team just went into the draft without doing any independent research, without studying hours of tape, or even listening to team scouts? Well, after many years of watching NFL teams making numerous questionable ‘reaches’ in the draft, and totally ignoring the prevailing wisdom - we decided to re-examine all your team’s drafts over the last ten years.
The results are (sometimes) interesting – but what it really does show, is that on the whole - NFL teams would have done better by putting their feet up and just switching on autodraft.
Take a look, we have every team's draft since 2011 rated.

Player Rankings - Quarterback

# Player Pos Team Weight Height 40YD AVG POS RANK AVG OVR RANK Rating Summary
1

Bryce
Young

QB
Alabama   Mascot
Alabama Mascot
194lbs 6-0 4.52 1 2.3
94.8
It will likely be either CJ Stroud or Bryce Young that go number one in the 2023 NFL Draft. Bryce Young has the ability to become ...
2

C.J.
Stroud

QB
Ohio State   Mascot
Ohio State Mascot
215lbs 6-3 4.74 2 2.4
94.6
Assuming Stroud doesn't take a major performance drop-off this year he is in contention for being picked number one overall in the...
3

Will
Levis

QB
Kentucky   Mascot
Kentucky Mascot
232lbs 6-3 4.72 8 50
90.0
Will Levis came from nowhere last year and is now looked at as a legitimate first-round talent. He has great physical gifts as w...
4

Tanner
McKee

QB
Stanford   Mascot
Stanford Mascot
228lbs 6-6 4.68 11 60.6
89.9
Tanner McKee is an intriguing pro prospect due to his obvious tangibles - he looks the part possessing prototypical drop-back p...
5

Tyler
Van Dyke

QB
Miami   Mascot
Miami Mascot
224lbs 6-4 4.85 3 17
89.8
Tyler Van Dyke is an excellent prospect with a strong arm and very good accuracy, however, he's very raw and currently is too inc...
6

Spencer
Rattler

QB
South Carolina   Mascot
South Carolina Mascot
200lbs 6-1 4.78 4 29
89.3
Strengths Good zip and ball placement on the quick slant. Good touch down the seam and on post-corner, flag routes to attack the d...
7

Phil
Jurkovec

QB
Boston College   Mascot
Boston College Mascot
226lbs 6-5 4.82 7 43.8
88.8
Strengths Sticks throws into tight windows over the middle, throwing to spot on slant or between zone defenders before the receive...
8

Anthony
Richardson

QB
Florida   Mascot
Florida Mascot
236lbs 6-4 4.64 5 35.3
88.7
Strengths Possesses an NFL arm. Gets the ball from one hash to the opposite sideline in a hurry. Has the zip to hit tight windows ...
9

D.J.
Uiagalelei

QB
Clemson   Mascot
Clemson Mascot
250lbs 6-4 4.87 6 38.5
86.9
Strengths Enough arm strength to drive the ball through tight windows up to 20 yards downfield. Spreads the ball around to multipl...
10

Hendon
Hooker

QB
Tennessee   Mascot
Tennessee Mascot
218lbs 6-4 4.77 10 52.9
86.1
Strengths Good zip and ball placement on the quick slant. Good touch down the seam and on post-corner, flag routes to attack the d...
11

Devin
Leary

QB
NC State   Mascot
NC State Mascot
212lbs 6-1 4.76 9 52.5
84.4
Strengths Good accuracy overall, including excellent accuracy on short timing routes to backs and receivers, placing the ball slig...
12

Brennan
Armstrong

QB
Virginia   Mascot
Virginia Mascot
215lbs 6-2 4.75 14 81.8
84.3
Strengths Possesses an NFL arm. Gets the ball from one hash to the opposite sideline in a hurry. Has the zip to hit tight windows ...

2023 NFL Draft Athleticism Chart - Quarterback

We've compared players post combine 40 times and weight and charted them on the scatter chart below. You'll find the 40 time on the Y-axis and on the X-axis the weight in pounds.
The exceptional athletic freaks (determined by the combination of speed vs weight) will be found at the top right of the chart while the less impressive athletes will be sitting towards the bottom left.

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2023 NFL Draft Athleticism Chart - Quarterback

We've compared players 40 times and weight and charted them on the scatter chart below. You'll find the 40 time on the Y-axis and on the X-axis the weight in pounds.
The exceptional athletic freaks (determined by the combination of speed vs weight) will be found at the top right of the chart while the less impressive athletes will be sitting towards the bottom left.

Check back after the combine as these numbers are likely to change.